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343, 344 ; a subject of controversy in xvi cent.iv. 235;
lapsarians and Supralapsarians, v. 366, 367.
ii. 532, 534 and [f].
vour of the Christians successful, and by what means,
order, in xvii cent. v. 175.
mish missions, v. 246.
revived in xi cent. ii. 553 ; its progress, 554; many
- language, the study of it much frequented in xiii
their deplorable state after the invasion of the Turks,
iv. 252, 253.
- the Enlightener, converts the Arminians, i.
Grisons, doctrine of Claudius propagated among them, iv
487, 488 and [%]. Gronin enists, a lect of the refined Anabaptists, and
whence so called, v.492 and . Groiius, his book on the rights of war and peace, v. 76 ;
endeavours to reconcile the church of Rome and the Protestants, 130 ; a philofophical reformer, particularly of the Peripatetics, 285 ; his hypothesis concerning the prophets, 359; a favourer of the Arminians, 442 ; mifunderstanding between him and Prince Maurice, which turns to an open rupture, and whence, 447 and [i]; is
calt into prison, 448 and [k], 449 and [?]. Gruet, oppofes Calvin, iv. 432; his impious tenets, and
fate, ibid. Guelphs and Guibelines, a seditious faction in xiii cent. iii. · 180 ; become formidable in Italy, ibid. Guido (Guy Juvenal), attempts a reformation among the
Monks in xv cent. iii. 433. Guiscard, Robert, Duke of Apuila, drives the Saracens
out of Italy in xi cent. iii. 437. Gunpowder Plot, an account of, v, 118; remarkable pas
fage in one of the conspirators letters, ibid. and . Guntherus, his character, iii. 155 Gustavus, Vala Ericson, king of Sweden, zealous in pro
moting the Reformation among tle Swedes, iv. 79; his zeal tempered with great prudence, 80 and [m]; publithes Petri's translation of the Bible, and permits the Archbishop of Upsal to make another, ibid. and [n]; commands them to hold a conference, which ends in favour of Petri, ibid. refolved at Westeiaas to admit the Reformation, which is opposed by the clergy, and why, 81 and ; subverts the papal empire, and is declared head of the church, ibid.
- Adolphus, maintains the cause of the Germanic liberties againit the Emperor of Ferdinand in xvii cent.
V. 111; falls at the battle of Lutzen, 112 and (w). Guthebald, an English priest, successful in his wiffion a.
mong the Norwegians in x cent. ii. 383. Guyon, Madame, a patron of Quietisin in France, v. 235; her writings refuted by Bulluet, ibid. and ;